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. this includes an indiana toddler that was found alive in a field on saturday. nbc's jay gray reports. >> reporter: this morning across tornado alley, battered communities are preparing for anything but a normal monday. the message seems a bit obvious. like so much here, henryville high school has been torn apart. there are, though, other signs of survival. some life brings the steady rhythm of crews looking to pull away and pile up what they can. others sifting through the rubble by hand to find anything they might be able to save. evidence of their lives before the storm. >> she's probably 70. and she lost everything except what we can pull out. >> reporter: more than three dozen families already know they won't find any help or hope in this debris. they lost loved ones in the storm. one of those, 15-month-old angel babcock. first responders found her fighting for her life in this field. her mom, dad, brothers, already dead. yesterday, angel passed away after being pulled from life support. her grandfather showed his emotions. >> my pastor is going in with me. we were going to pray
of the tornadoes that destroyed parts of southern indiana. some who survive reasonable doubt reliving the horror while others are reaching out to help their neighbors. >> once there is a sense of order it is easier to heal. when it is so crazy messy it is just -- overwhelming. it is just too hard. emotionally to be able to function. >> whole entire life, 27 years, my wife, my daughters is gone. i have people -- helping us look for stuff. >> your house picked up and moved. >> yes. oz." costello is live in indiana. i will tell you, if only "wizard of oz." that would have just been fable, just a story. alex. marysville, indiana. that gentleman that talked about his whole life is strewn about the field. take a look behind me. this is the heartwarming thing i would say, you know, for those of us that cover disasters, america always does this. it always agents very quickly. take a look behind me. 24 hours or a little more than 24 hours later, you now have heavy machinery that moved in. there's nothing left of marysville, indiana. walk over here. i found this particularly heartwarming. this pile here,
national notice, but at the end of the last week, the ousted republican secretary of state in indiana was sentenced for voter fraud. he had been convicted of six felonies, including voter fraud, and he's the guy who runs elections in the state of indiana. mitch daniels, the republican governor in indiana, had refused to appoint anybody permanently to replace this guy once he was convicted of voter fraud. the governor saying that if the felony convictions could get knocked down to misdemeanors, maybe, then he would be happy to reinstate this guy to run indiana's elections. ultimately, late last week, the republican secretary of state did not get his felony convictions busted down to misdemeanors, so he can't get back into office. and now indiana might get a democrat installed in the secretary of state's seat instead. but mitch daniels saying he wanted to put a convicted voter fraud felon in charge of the state's elections, that probably does not help mitch daniels' vice presidential chances either. which brings, of course, to the other great milk toast hope for the vice presidential ru
've seen in indiana, maybe in the state history. we have to go back to the record books and look that up. we've seen some very strong storms in indiana. the storms have now moved into areas of eastern kentucky, southern portions of indiana and southern portions of ohio. now approaching west virginia. ashland, ohio, area will see strong storms. and these are the account pictures from two hours ago. we saw this tornado in southern indiana. this is henriville, indiana. this is a high school that was hit. we saw a bus tossed literally halfway through a house. very strong winds. we had debris reported in cincinnati. incredible stuff. falling from the sky. the tornado didn't even go through cincinnati. this debris was picked up. we heard reports of asphalt from the road that was lifted up. it takes 180 to 200-mile-per-hour winds to do that. this is a wide spread outbreak that's occurring throughout areas of the ohio valley and tennessee valley. i want to go back to the weather maps to show you and update you on who is at risk. eastern portions of kentucky. as we move southwards. nashville, jus
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all hoping would survive. she was a victim of last friday's deadly storm in indiana. taken from her home, found in a field, on life support. the family has made the decision to take her off life support. she is the 39th casualty now of friday's storms. >>> president obama preparing for a face-to-face showdown this morning with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. on the table, how to handle iran and its nuclear program. >>> and rush limbaugh stepping in it big time and the advertisers are dropping like flies, folks, bailing, because it just ain't right to call a law student a slut. why doesn't he get it? can the champion of the right overcome this or would this possibly become his imus moment. >> is it ever okay to call someone a slut? >> having been called a slut by one of my colleagues on the air, i would say it's not. so shut your cake hole, limbaugh. >> i came back to this nasty talk. >>> and this little girl we've been following. >> awful story. it's one of many we followed along the way following tornadoes. some of the pictures tend to look a lot the same. i keep calling
a twister moments before it ravaged henryville, indiana. one of the victims there, baby angel died on sunday despite hopes they would see this baby girl survive. earlier on "the today show," her neighbor spoke about the devastating loss. >> knowing all five of them didn't make it and i'm the only one that did is really hard on me. i feel some sense of guilt for bringing them into my house and then they died from there. but at the same time, i think trar trailer would not have been safer. it also disappeared. i just can't believe the rest of them didn't make it. it's sad to hear the whole family passed away and i was holding their hands two seconds before they died. >> just heartbreaking. 39 died in the storms. the death toll stretches across five states. 21 in kentucky. 13 in indiana. three in ohio. one each in alabama and georgia. and today snow is adding insult to injury. while it's only a couple inches, the weight of it is the last thing people living there need. just take a look at what it looks like when weather like that breaks out. nbc is lucky to have experts to give us context on th
touchdowns, at least 32 people are dead, 14 in kentucky and indiana each, three more in ohio and one in alabama. small towns in southern indiana like henryville are facing utter devastation with homes leveled and entire neighborhoods reduced to rubble. we'll keep you updated on this, this morning as developments come in. >>> but right now i want to turn to one state in particular. this week started with sad news of a different kind from ohio. three were murdered and two injured in a tragic act of violence at chardon high school. and americans turned our eyes to ohio in sadness and mourning. but politicians have had their eye on ohio for much longer. ohio is the pairn yell bellwether, a state rich in kront ra indications. they have labor yunz and rural farmers, ohio is football. highway ho is rock 'n' roll. a decade in decline in manufacturing has hallowed ohio's cities, the poverty in the prairie is striking. ohio is free soil where the und underground railroad ended, it is also the home of old ethnic neighborhoods still defined by the parishes of the church. and ohio is swing voters
. tornado outbreak in southern indiana. these are pictures from henrysville, indiana, students were in a high school at the time when the tornado went through. there are people missing in that town. a town of marysville, indiana, is simply wiped awe off the map with a pop late of 1,900 people. the severe weather threat continues. the concern now is further to the west in areas of western kentucky and also western portions of tennessee. nashville saw a strong storm go through. we'll have more updates here on msnbc. now back to "hardball" with chris matthews. >>> welcome back to "hardball." you know things are looking bad when columnists like george will talk about the grim chances, if any, of winning the white house. republicans have to win in 2012. using words like awkward and dull to describe top candidates like romney. is it time for conservatives to forget the executive branch all together in 2012? or is this a bleak week in the primary. david corn is an msnbc political analyst. maggie, this sense we're getting from george will, that things aren't looking hope fful at all that it
daniels, the indiana governor. >>> also what was once accepted by both parties has become another party fight. the violence against women's act. and the democrats papt this as another example of hostility towards women. republicans say the democrats are playing politics. >>> if there's one thing people know about mitt romney is he once took a vacation with his dog strapped to the roof of his car. what is it about romney that makes this story stick? and let me finish with a thought about glenn beck. we begin with president obama and joe biden in campaign mode. michael steele was the chair of the republican national committee and howard fineman is the editorial director of "the huffington post." both are msnbc political analysts. let's take a look at joe biden. he's on fire today. the president and vice president was fired up. he took on the republican candidates naming names and leveling a tax on all their candidates. here's some of his speech from today. let's watch. >> mitt romney, rick santorum, and newt gingrich, these guys have a fundamentally different economic philosophy than we d
. the rainfall forecast for the next 48 hours push ies into indiana and the southeast. in atlanta, most of the day is dry. this afternoon is wet. veronica, the temperatures, if we get the sun out this afternoon could be in the mid-70s from d.c. to boston. enjoy it all over again. >> i am definitely celebrating. where is your spring outfit? >> tomorrow. >> all right. he said it. a strange new business name and owning elvis' blue suede shoes. the business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, a birthday wish comes through. unprecedented suspension by the nfl. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] say goodbye to "ho-hum," and hello to "whoa, yum." use campbell's cream of chicken soup to make easy enchiladas, cheesy chicken & rice, and other chicken dishes that are oh...so...whoa. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. your finances can't manage themselves. but that doesn't mean they won't try. bring all your finances together with the help of the one person who can. a certified financial planner professional. cfp. let's make a plan. tells the neighbors all abo
was buried next to her parents and siblings yesterday in new pekin, indiana. >>> prince harry is on the island jaf mof jamaica, celebra the diamond jubilee of his grandmother. >>> a major solar flare erupted from the surface of the sun putting on an incredible light show, the most powerful type of storm sending plasma and charge particles in space toward earth. beautiful. >>> here is the "first look" how wall street kicks off the day. the dow opens at 12,962 after losing 14 points yesterday. the s & p down 5 points, nasdaq fell 25. taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei lost 60 points, the hang seng lost a whopping 4.59. >>> worries about chinas with growth is taking a toll on global markets. news the second largest economy is looking to slow growth for the first time in eight years weighed in markets yesterday. yesterday, commodities stocks were the biggest losers. caterpillar fell 2%. copper and gold tumbled 4. >>> alpha natural resources dropped 6% as lower natural gas prices added to growth concerns in china. >>> meanwhile, a contraction in eur
-related, imdoing a project with republican pollster, chris matthews in indiana, the first installment of the depaul university indiana battleground powell, numbers on the presidential and the u.s. senate. >> that's cute you think it is a battleground state. >> i was up late last night reading an excerpt from robert kara's new book in "the new yorker," all about lbj and the day kennedy was shot. it was fascinating. >> i was going to say i was up late reading it is will. the other thing next to it is kate boos fascinating book about a slum in mumbai. wonderful reporting and handwriting about a world we never get to see. >> we started to talk about robert moses. that's it for this edition of "the daily rundown" coming up, chris jansing. bye-bye. >>> a look at your business travel forecast. the west coast by far the worst weather of the country from washington state to oregon and northern california. a lot of heavy rain. a few showers in boston today. pretty nice throughout much of the middle portion of the country. late this afternoon, strong thunderstorms near kansas city and omaha. have a great day!
jail in la port, indiana. la port county jail is losing prisoners. one prisoner identified him himself as another prisoner. having thus tricked a corrections officer, he was accidentally set free. a couple weeks after that another prisoner was allowed to walk out of the la port county jail because he had the same last name as the guy who actually had served his time and was supposed to get out. and this week the south bend tribune reports a third person was erroneously mistakenly released from jail. the mistake wasn't even caught until police turned up at the prison to pick up this guy only to be told the guy was missing. missing from prison? the first two prisoners who were accidentally released were found immediately. but the third guy, still out there. prison officials blame mistakes on overcrowding. but unless these prisoners were literally like squeezed out of the jail like lime juice from a lime wedge, i'm not sure this overcrowding business is a very good excuse for losing prisoners. oddly compelling and creepy crimes can make for good creepy tv segments on friday nights, but ho
of indiana. debris blowing 50 miles away in cincinnati from these storms. we still have a tornado threat as we go throughout the late night hours here and after we go past midnight but the tornado threat will slowly diminish as we go throughout the evening. areas of concern are switching moreorless toward areas of eastern alabama, northern georgia, up through the mountains of appalachians. big cities out of the woods. amazing number of severe weather reports. 60 to 80 tornado reports. a lot of damaging hail. center over kentucky, southern indiana and southern ohio, that writes we want to bring you pictures. marysville area, town wiped off the map, 1900 people lived there, a lot of them will struggle and wander around trying to figure out how they will rebuild their town. also high schools were hit in the region, medical center, they will have a lot of clean-up to do through the weekend. will take a long time, ed, before they put their lives back together. areas of kentucky, west liberty, fatalities there and devastation. back to you. >>> bill karins, nbc meterologist thanks for the updat
the news. a harrowing story of survival. an indiana woman who used her body to shield her children from a twister and lost part of both of her legs. she described her ordeal earlier on the "today" show. >> everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture, everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. and they are screaming, mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die, please don't let me die. and i said, you're not going to die, we're going to make it. i took my phone and i made a video to my husband telling him i love him. >> amazingly, stephanie survived. others, not so lucky. the storms killed 40 across five states. 22 victims in kentucky, 13 in indiana, three in ohio, one person in alabama and one in georgia. >>> on a completely different note this morning, there is a whole lot of money for 81-year-old louise white from rhode island. she came forward to claim the $336 million prize in the powerball jackpot. >> i'm very happy. and i'm very proud. and this will mak
. the republican governor of indiana mitch daniel declared 11 counties to be disaster area. the governor of kentucky well copped federal workers in the state. kasich said no thanks. as one ohio resident put it, a normal governor with a minimal sl shred of competence or compassion would coordinate with fema and other agencies on the recovery. but here in ohio, kasich responded to the disaster with the type of leadership we've come to expect from him. joining me now is ohio congressman "time" rtim ryan. what is going on here and you're somewhat and other federal representatives are somewhat at the mercy of kasich's decision, are you not? >> the governor needs to ask for help it's not just me it's conservative republicans like jean schmitt in southwest ohio one of the most conservative people in the house of representatives saying government get on the stick we have people that are hurting. so yeah, we need to be asked by the sitting governor. >> well, this just in, we just received word late today that governor kasich reconsidered his decision and has asked fema to respond, what do you mak
conservative enough. richard nixon's favorite mayor is apparently not conservative enough for the indiana republican party. i'm still sort of shell shocked by that. lugar's standing up, but are there others that need to do that? >> they do. and what you'll find is the base of the party does get excited when you talk about the conservative economic policies that people like lugar do support. i mean, the keystone pipeline. we're for the keystone pipeline. let's talk about the keystone pipeline. the president messed up there. he really messed up. he stuck his foot in it. if romney just fixated on the keystone pipeline, we'd be against obama, we'd be talking about the right things, and the conservatives who may be somewhat excited about the fact that, you know, originally, we were saying the right thing on the contraception thing too. it was an overreach of contraception thing too. it was an overreach of government. that's really the big issue there. if we had stuck with that part of it, we might have been okay. stick with the keystone pipeline, that's a great issue. and the base was excited
because you have north carolina, west virginia, indiana may 8th all coming up on the same date. let me tell you, you don't have moderate republicans voing in those primaries. indiana race is going to be very, very hard fought especially for dick lugar who is now in big trouble in his state. if i were rick santorum, i would put my head down, shut the hell up, talk about the economy and slug it through may. romney can keep doing what he's doing but it's going to be a big nasty mess. >> santorum today st. louis actually basically in front of a reagan statue in dixon, illinois, making the claim that he is the guy. he's the reagan conservative. he wants to take this through it the conservative races you're talking about and onto the convention. wendy, you have historical context here. >> this is the land of lincoln. abraham lincoln had his own problems. he didn't sail into the nomination. he had struggles. he said a house divided cannot stand. these are destructive politics. santorum has to decide if i don't get the nomination, what do i want in the. >> health and human services >> somebody
. baby angel found clinging to life alone in a field in indiana has been taken off life support becoming the 39th victim of the deadly storms. her mother, father, and siblings all killed by the twister that ripped apart their home. the family had gone next door to ride out the storm holding hands, praying with their neighbor. then the storm hit. >> the point when i realized that the couch was going to be gone, i do remember being sucked up into the air and knowing that the house was going up. the entire house got sucked up. but then i don't remember anything other than opening my eyes at one point when i was way up in the twister. at some point, i did open my eyes and somehow i remember looking down and realizing i was 50 feet in the air and spinning in a twister. >> let's head straight to henriville, indiana. tom has been telling these stories since friday night. how are folks coping now? you have the snow and cold, which can't be great for cleanup. >> reporter: my first line to you was going to be, chris, adding insult to injury, take a look at the snow. they got a couple inches overni
for him right now in the republican party. mitch daniels, the governor of indiana, proposed a social issues truce while the economy was in such pain and he got torn apart by social conservatives for it. so on the other side the social conservatives who want the argument who like rick santorum want to go around the country to explain why birth control is a big problem. the obama campaign is looking for ways to force mitt romney to navigate the tension or whether republicans can shun this thing to the side until after the election. >> which is their hope, but in the meantime you have the president's campaign putting out a million flyers in key battleground states. nurses for obama, women's week of action at the end of the month, how do you think this is going to work, neera, and does it pivot because of the political atmosphere right now? >> let me take on something ezra said, i came in during the clarence thomas hearings, they happened a year before the election. a full year before the election. and they really motivated women. and the difference we had that year was that we had a num
shows the fury of a tornado's direct hit on an indiana school earlier this month. classes had just let out for the day, but 80 high school students and teachers hunkered down as the ef-4 twister ripped away the roof of the gym along with other parts of the campus. nearly half the school was destroyed, but thankfully no one was hurt. >>> in los angeles, a light rail train crashed into a car, sending the driver and five passengers to the hospital. firefighters had to use the jaws of life to free the victims. witnesses say the driver had run a stoplight before crossing onto the tracks. there were no passengers aboard the train, and the conductor wasn't injured. >>> and finally an extreme st. patrick's day party in north carolina. for a second year in a row, rafters and kayakers rode it out on what's being billed as the only white water river to be turned green. 12 million gallons of water got a dye job at the u.s. national whitewater center right there in charlotte. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning to you, bill. g
way into cases at an indiana jewelry store last month. he and two other burglars managed to get their hands on less-expensive watches and jewels using a bin to collect the stolen goods. police are hoping blood drops left at the scene will help them find the suspects. >>> and finally, this is pretty cool. take a look at this time-lapse video of what's being cold an ice-out. as another day of warm weather finally melted a minneapolis lake for the season. this all happened on monday, which fittingly was the last full day of winter. at least on the calendar. we use quotations around "winter." it took 90 months for the lake to thaw. temperatures have been shattered this year in and around the twin cities. for a look at your national and regional weather, here's bill karins. good morning. >> i think i have a tan. >> just for being out for a few hours. bill got out the baby oil and the mirror thing. >> no. you missed it. i was out with the baby. >> there you go. all the same. >> kind of the same. >>> good morning, everyone. incredible warm temperatures from the midwest to the great lak
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